Cash should radically disrupt the humanitarian system and that it’s use should grow dramatically from the current esstimate of 6{8b3f73219b5080a422b1f04099b73d538078b62721cecdfd0086dbdff3438969} of humanitarian spend, according to the Secretary General’s report presented recently at the World Humanitarian Summit.

A recent World Humanitarian Summit report found that giving people cash in emergencies makes sense and more of it is starting to happen. Cash transfers are among the most rigorously evaluated and researched humanitarian tools of the last decade. In most contexts, humanitarian cash transfers can be provided to people safely, efficiently and accountably.

Cash supports livelihoods by enabling investment and with the growth of digital payments systems, cash can be delivered in increasingly affordable, secure and transparent ways.

With Moneymailme, for the first time, you can use a social app not just for your own benefit, but to help others. Through our partnerships with various foundations and charities around the world, you can have an updated version of the causes, by categories, with all the details needed. You can donate in real time, with 0 cost, and help make a difference.

You can read more about the Secretery General’s presentation at the World Hummanitarian Summit here.

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